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On tour Yes
Followers 548,735
Category Hard Rock, Mainstream Rock And Metal, Metal, Metalcore
Concerts
May
02
REBEL
Toronto
Tickets
May
03
MTELUS
Montreal
Tickets
May
04
MTELUS
Montreal
Tickets
May
06
House Of Blues Boston
Boston
Tickets
May
07
Brooklyn Paramount
Brooklyn
Tickets
May
09
Franklin Music Hall
Philadelphia
Tickets
May
10
The Fillmore
Silver Spring
Tickets
May
11
House of Blues Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach
Tickets
May
12
Welcome to Rockville 2024
Daytona Beach
Tickets
May
14
The Eastern
Atlanta
Tickets
May
15
Marathon Music Works
Nashville
Tickets
May
16
Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival 2024
Columbus
Tickets
May
17
Riviera Theatre
Chicago
Tickets
May
18
Royal Oak Music Theatre
Royal Oak
Tickets
May
19
Sonic Temple Festival 2024
Columbus
Tickets
May
24
Olympiastadion München
München
Tickets
Jun
07
Helsinki Olympic Stadium
Helsinki
Tickets
Jun
14
Parken
Copenhagen
Tickets
Jun
20
Alpen Flair 2024
Naz-sciaves - Natz-schabs
Tickets
Jun
21
Full Force Festival 2024
Gräfenhainichen
Tickets
Jun
22
Graspop Metal Meeting 2024
Dessel
Tickets
Jun
29
Jera On Air
Ysselsteyn
Tickets
Jul
05
PGE Narodowy
Warszawa
Tickets
Jul
12
Cívitas Metropolitano
Madrid
Tickets
Aug
03
Wacken Open Air 2024
Wacken
Tickets
Aug
07
Brutal Assault 2024
Jaroměř
Tickets
Aug
09
Brutal Assault 2024
Jaroměř
Tickets
Aug
10
Bloodstock Open Air 2024
Walton On Trent
Tickets
Aug
11
Alcatraz 2024
Kortrijk
Tickets
Aug
15
Summer Breeze Open Air 2024
Dinkelsbühl
Tickets
Aug
16
Motocultor Festival 2024
Carhaix-plouguer
Tickets
Sep
26
Louder Than Life 2024
Louisville
Tickets
Sep
28
Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Indianapolis
Tickets
Sep
30
Uptown Theater
Kansas City
Tickets
Oct
02
Ogden Theatre
Denver
Tickets
Oct
04
The Factory In Deep Ellum
Dallas
Tickets
Oct
05
House of Blues Houston
Houston
Tickets
Oct
06
Aztec Theatre
San Antonio
Tickets
Oct
08
Marquee Theatre
Tempe
Tickets
Oct
10
Aftershock 2024
Sacramento
Tickets
About Architects
Many bands might not be so keen to rip it up and start again, especially when they’re on to a good thing. Finding yourself with a Number One album and selling out arenas is enough for some to repeat a winning formula. Architects however, are that shark that dies if it stops swimming. “It was definitely validating and felt really cool for like a day,” recalls drummer, producer and songwriter Dan Searle of hitting the top spot with ‘For Those That Wish To Exist’. “For a lot of the bucket list things you reach in any career, there’s a momentary gratification then you’re like, ‘What next?’ You just move on. By the time the album came out, my head was already in the mindset of ‘Broken Spirit’. That was where I was at.” Searle notes how it was their albums ‘Lost Forever/Lost Together’, ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’, and ‘Holy Hell’ that really “cemented what the band was about” and “took them to a new level” as a rock powerhouse and leaders of the UK’s metalcore scene – making it all the more “daunting” to reinvent themselves on the records that would follow. “Especially after we re-recorded ‘Wish To Exist’  at Abbey Road with an orchestra, I felt that we had to shelve the strings and all that stuff,” he says. “I wanted to make this album with a different aesthetic. We were enjoying working with the synths and doing stuff that we hadn't done before.” As a band who never stop writing, the kernels of the songs that make up ‘The Classic Symptoms Of A Broken Spirit’ were already in progress before the ink had time to dry on the artwork of their last record. Architects were on a creative roll, and the record was born of that creative freedom. Produced by Dan Searle and Josh Middleton, with additional production from Sam Carter at Decon’s Middle Farm Studios and their own Brighton Electric Studios before being mixed by Zakk Cervini, the band were buoyed by finally being back in a room together after their last album was made mostly remotely due to COVID restrictions. The result was something altogether more “free, playful and spontaneous,” Searle explains.  “This one was made a little bit more tongue-in-cheek,” he says. “There are definitely parts that we did as a joke! There was more writing on the spot, being a bit giddy and not second-guessing it. That’s not to say that there aren’t songs on this album that weren’t overly slaved over, but this one has the most songs that were written in the moment. This album takes itself a little bit less seriously than our others, despite the name!”   Carter agrees: “This one feels more live, more exciting and more fun – it has that energy. We wanted it to be a lot more industrial and electronic. That was the main mission. They can sit side-by-side: Mr Electronic and Mr Organic.”    You can really hear that sense of abandon on the devious earworm of ‘Spit The Bone’, sing-along pit instigator ‘When We Were Young’ and the unpredictable, unhinged heavy beast ‘Be Very Afraid’. Lyrically, the album also sees Searle turn darker subjects on their head. “I joke about the end of the world and stuff,” he laughs. “I really battle with the idea of going on too much about negative things. For me, it’s really hard to vere away from those topics. I have a wife and two kids that I love and a job that I love. On a personal, superficial level, I’m in a super privileged position – but that’s not to say that I haven’t escaped my childhood with no scars or neurotic behaviours. I still have a mind that has a dark side to it. I still worry about the future. Our albums are an opportunity for me to deal with that. It’s my way of therapising myself through the negative things in my life.”    Darting between “what’s happening to the planet” and Searle’s own “self destructive ways, inability to understand myself, the trauma that I make and live through” – often in the same song – the album is an often absurd questioning of “how much our collective trauma from hundreds of thousands of years of death, loss and destruction impacts our behaviour, our selfishness and our inability to look two feet beyond our own nose”.    That sideways glance at the end of days shines best on ‘Spit The Bone’ (“Everyone knows one halo beneath the payload, we had it all but now we’re all cannibals”), ‘Living Is Killing Us’ (“We fell in love with the death machine, too much will never be enough”), ‘Doomscrolling’ (“No betting on tomorrow, but we all love a tragedy, come drown in our sorrows and see the world as it ought to be – delete another day”), and ‘Be Very Afraid’ (“They all say revelation’s on its way”). “It’s about living in that constant state of fear and anxiety, and how paralysing that can be for all of us,” says Searle.    For Carter however, the most revealing track is the album’s simmering centre-piece ‘Burn Down My House’. Taking in the band’s post-rock influences, it builds a cinematic moodscape as the frontman warns: “I swear I’m OK, just hear the words I don’t say”.    “A lot of us have struggled with mental health,” he says. “I had been on antidepressants for a long time. The year we started making the record, I had just come off them. I know that Dan and I are both still in counselling and therapy. That song is so important because it epitomises how you can feel when you’re just completely shot and fed up. There are a lot of times where I didn’t know that I was in that spiral or struggling. It’s a song that asks, ‘Do you have that friend that you’re concerned about’?”    He goes on: “You need to have those discussions and make people understand. The hardest thing I ever did when looking after my mental health was that first conversation.  Male suicide is the biggest killer of men, and it’s fucking insane. If we get through to one person in a crowd and they make a phone call, then it’s worth it.”   It’s a discussion that Carter has made the effort to have on stage, especially through his own darkness following the passilouiseng of guitarist and principal songwriter Tom Searle – a founding member and Dan’s brother – who died of cancer in 2016. Since then, the loss of their close friend has coloured much of their work. Now, they can exorcise their demons and reach out to their fans  in a different light on ‘The Classic Symptoms Of A Broken Spirit’. “This one is more of a party,” concludes Carter. “We’ve got a good atmosphere and we’re celebrating Tom rather than being too downbeat. He’ll always be there as part of the band, but this one is more exciting. One of my friends recently told me after a show, ’You weren’t quite there yet, but now you’re having fun and in the moment’. You never forget what happened, but you learn from it.”    As Architects march on with a dance in their step, they’re already giving some serious thought to their 11th album. Searle won’t give too much away – apart from his excitement. “I’m astonished that we’ve done album 10, the band is bigger than ever and there’s no fatigue or jadedness about us,” he said. “I feel more inspired than ever to write and I habitually want to move forward. I’m too cynical to make big, grand statements at this stage of my life about this album changing the world or us being the best band in the world. That might stand against us, but I don’t think it’s as damaging as my refusal to download TikTok. Maybe that will be our downfall. I just want to keep creating.”   Carter also recognises the band’s impact on the scene, but again is in no mood for standing still. “I’d be lying if I said I didn’t notice bands trying to pinch the odd riff here and there and trying to get away with it,” he laughs. “You have to take that as a compliment. We’ve always tried to be one record ahead of the rest. It keeps you on your toes to at least try and be the innovators. If you think you’re the best, then you’re not striving to be it.”   Comparing the band to a Premiere League footballer who needs to go back into training after each season’s victory, Carter is confident that their Cantona years of looking back on their glory days are a long way off for now, as they’re still living through them – but now with a mind to let the good times roll. Nothing can go wrong if you’re doing what feels right. As Carter growls on the industrial stomp of the arena-ready album gem ‘Tear Gas: “Anything is possible – wake up the unstoppable”.   
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Genres
Hard Rock, Mainstream Rock And Metal, Metal, Metalcore
Band members
Josh Middleton, Alex Dean, Dan Searle, Sam Carter, Adam Christianson
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What fans are saying
Navarro Audrey
5 / 5
Toujours autant un plaisir de les voir sur scène ! Animals résonnant dans le stade de toute sa puissance ! Moment inoubliable !
Hotel Novotel Suites Paris Stade de France Paris, France
May 21, 2023
Lukas
4 / 5
Good show overall. Unfortunately the sound closer to the stage was miserable as there where basically no nearfill speakers. After we went further back a few meters the sound was great. Just close to the stage there's an absolute hole. A lot of space for improvement there:/ Otherwise good show 🫶🏻
Mitsubishi Electric HALLE Düsseldorf, Germany
Jan 08, 2023
jbm
5 / 5
C’était incroyable !! Le meilleur concert de ma vie, bien qu’un peu déçue que Burn down my house et Living is kiling us n’ont pas été joués… c’était vraiment superbe, les effets lumières, la scènes, le choix des titres… bref ça en valait 100% le coût 🤘🏼
Zénith de Paris Paris, France
Jan 25, 2024
MiLo
5 / 5
They absolutely nailed it! I saw them in Cologne one year ago and wasn't sure if that performance could be topped, but they did it! Big time! Totally worth the money, I enjoyed every single moment. Beartooth and Polaris were an excellent choice as supporters!
Mitsubishi Electric Halle - D.LIVE Düsseldorf, Germany
Jan 11, 2019
Celine
5 / 5
Artists absolutely incredible Loved the show, great sound, great atmosphere. Loved the stage for Architects Had my phone stolen though, and a bunch of other people did too, so thats a bummer. Wouldn't go back to the venue. But Loathe, Spiritbox, and Architects were great!
AFAS Live Amsterdam, Netherlands
Jan 30, 2024
Brandon
4 / 5
Thy Art is Murder was great, wasnt a huge fan of theirs until I seen them live. Vocals were a bit too low for half the set of the Architects, other than that it was great.
The Fillmore Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
May 20, 2019
PKLights
5 / 5
Das geilste Live-Erlebnis, was ich seit langem erlebt habe: Mit Sleep Token (kannte ich bisher nicht) und Northlane zum Auftakt super Vorbands und dann haben Architects über 2h mit 24 Songs Vollgas gegeben ❤️😁🤘🏼
Jahrhunderthalle Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Jan 07, 2023
Charlie
5 / 5
My second time seeing these beautiful lads and they never fail to disappoint! Such an incredible show with a great mixture of old and new music! 10/10 and wouldn’t have expected anything less 🤟🤍
Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, United Kingdom
May 05, 2022
Lucas
4 / 5
The show was amazing!!! That was my first time seeing Architects and I can’t wait to see them again. Hopefully at a better venue next time, The Majestic Theater isn’t very Majestic at all...
Majestic Cafe Detroit, MI
May 25, 2019
Jerome
3 / 5
Architects waren wie immer sehr gut, wenn auch nicht die beste Show. Lichtshow war Bombe. Beartooth fand ich langweilig, sicherlich Geschmackssache. Polaris waren ganz OK. Die Parkplatzsituation war eine Frechheit, ebenso die Getränkepreise.
Luxexpo The Box Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Jan 22, 2019
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Architects Tour Cities
Madrid, Spain Carhaix-Plouguer, France Munich, Germany Dallas, TX Jaroměř, Czech Republic Montréal, QC Philadelphia, PA Brooklyn, NY Tempe, AZ Columbus, OH Kortrijk, Belgium Sacramento, CA North Myrtle Beach, SC Walton upon Trent, United Kingdom Atlanta, GA Indianapolis, IN Louisville, KY Naz-Sciaves - Natz-Schabs, Italy Nashville, TN Chicago, IL Houston, TX Toronto, ON San Antonio, TX Warsaw, Poland Dinkelsbühl, Germany Ysselsteyn, Netherlands Helsinki, Finland Boston, MA Gräfenhainichen, Germany Royal Oak, MI Kansas City, MO Denver, CO Silver Spring, MD Wacken, Germany Daytona Beach, FL Dessel, Belgium Copenhagen, Denmark

Frequently Asked Questions About Architects

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Architects on tour?

Yes, Architects is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Architects concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Architects tour is scheduled for 40 dates across 37 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Architects scheduled to play?

Architects is scheduled to play 40 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Architects tour start?

Architects’s tour starts May 02, 2024 and ends on Oct 10, 2024. They will play 37 cities; their most recent concert was held in Toronto at REBEL and their next upcoming concert will be in Carhaix-plouguer at Carhaix plouguer.

What venues is Architects performing at?

As part of the Architects tour, Architects is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 02 - Toronto, ON @ REBEL
May 03 - Montreal, QC @ MTELUS
May 04 - Montreal, QC @ MTELUS
May 06 - Boston, MA @ House Of Blues Boston
May 07 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Paramount
May 09 - Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall
May 10 - Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
May 11 - North Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues Myrtle Beach
May 12 - Daytona Beach, FL @ Daytona International Speedway
May 14 - Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern
May 15 - Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works
May 16 - Columbus, OH @ Historic Crew Stadium
May 17 - Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
May 18 - Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
May 19 - Columbus, OH @ Historic Crew Stadium
May 24 - München, Germany @ Olympiastadion München
Jun 07 - Helsinki, Finland @ Helsinki Olympic Stadium
Jun 14 - Copenhagen, Denmark @ Parken
Jun 20 - Naz-sciaves - Natz-schabs, Italy @ Former NATO barracks
Jun 21 - Gräfenhainichen, Germany @ Ferropolis
Jun 22 - Dessel, Vlaanderen @ Graspop Metal Meeting
Jun 29 - Ysselsteyn, LI @ Jera On Air
Jul 05 - Warszawa, Poland @ PGE Narodowy
Jul 12 - Madrid, Spain @ Cívitas Metropolitano
Aug 03 - Wacken, SH @ Wacken Open Air
Aug 07 - Jaroměř, Hradec Králové @ Fortress Josefov - Underground Passages
Aug 09 - Jaroměř, Czech Republic @ Fortress Josefov - Underground Passages
Aug 10 - Walton On Trent, United Kingdom @ Catton Hall & Park
Aug 11 - Kortrijk, Vlaams Gewest @ Alcatraz Metal Festival
Aug 15 - Dinkelsbühl, Bavaria @ Summer Breeze Open Air
Aug 16 - Carhaix-plouguer, Brittany @ Carhaix plouguer
Sep 26 - Louisville, KY @ Highland Festival Grounds
Sep 28 - Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Sep 30 - Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater
Oct 02 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
Oct 04 - Dallas, TX @ The Factory In Deep Ellum
Oct 05 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues Houston
Oct 06 - San Antonio, TX @ Aztec Theatre
Oct 08 - Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
Oct 10 - Sacramento, CA @ Discovery Park
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